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Parents Raise Funds for Duluth Playgrounds' Replacement


Why Was Canal Park Packed? The March for Science

Male Stabbed in Duluth, No Suspect in Custody

Police: Carbon Monoxide Likely Killed 3 on LCO Reservation

Superior City Councilor Facing Multiple Charges
Superior City Councilor Graham Garfield is being held in the Douglas County Jail while he awaits potential charges.

US Military Mortar Device Found in Ashland Fire Debris; Deemed Safe After Evacuation

Boys and Girls Club Raises Money with Gala

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Kids Clean Up Twin Ports in Honor of Earth Day

Walker Open to Raising Vehicle Registration Fees
Gov. Scott Walker says he's open to raising Wisconsin's vehicle registration fees to pay for road work.

Report: Voyageurs Park Supports 310 Local Jobs
A National Park Service study says spending by 242,000 visitors to Voyageurs National Park last year supported 310 jobs.

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Prince Fans Join 'Purple Family' at Paisley Park
Residents along the Minnesota-Manitoba border are growing frustrated with the continued rush of refugees seeking asylum in Canada.
Illegal Crossings from Minnesota to Manitoba Continue to Rise
Leaders Speak on Importance of Grants to Help Homeless Youth
Police Searching for Suspect in Cloquet Stabbing
Different kinds of waste bins are available in the hallways at UMD.
UMD Business School Undergoes "Trash Audit"
Cloquet Mock Crash Shows Dangers of Driving Distracted; Victim's Father Shares Tragic Story
Trump Orders Probe into Whether Steel Imports Harming US
Wyoming Minn. Police's 4/20 Tweet Goes Viral
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Trudeau Says He'll Stand Up for Canada in Milk Dispute

Ontario Police Arrest 100 Men in Child Prostitution Case

George HW Bush to Stay in Hospital Through Weekend

President George H.W. Bush is seen with Barbara Bush in this 1990 photo.

Russian Planes Detected off Alaska 4 Times This Week

The U.S. military says it intercepted two Russian TU-95 Bear bombers in international airspace off Alaska's coast on Monday.

Prosecution Asks Appeals Court not to Move Yanez's Trial


UW Instructors Apologize for Border Wall Exam Question

Medical Examiner: Probable Opioid Overdose Killed Wis. 4-Year-Old

GOP Leaders Agree to Close Indiana Cold Beer Loophole

Inmate Bites Caseworker, Punches Guards at Nebraska Prison

19 Minn. Dairy Farms Affected by US-Canada Trade Dispute

Jakubowski Faces More Gun Charges

Minneapolis Committee Rejects Settlement for Liquor Sales Violator

Trump Orders Probe into Whether Steel Imports Harming US

CEO Shares Strategies on Keeping Cliffs Successful and Sustainable

DNR Files Document Repeating Objection to Mesabi Metallics Keeping Mineral Leases

Farley's Career Day Propels Bulldogs To Sweep the Beavers

UWS Sweeps Crown in Double Header

UMD Splits Series with SMSU

Diaz's Pinch-Homer Lifts Cardinals Past Brewers 4-1

Community Leaders, Survivors Speaking Out to Raise Awareness of Sexual Assault


Animal Allies: Asia

Kiwanis Auction Set for Saturday

How to Make the Greatest Impact with Your Food Drive Donations

High Struttin’ Musical Comedy will Tickle

The Little Mermaid Performance at UMD

A Cancer that's Hardly Talked About

Wisconsin Unemployment Rate Lowest since April 2000


Dayton Opens Door to Tax Hike-Free Transportation Plan

Minnesota Lawmakers Consider Making Student Fees Optional

CEO Shares Strategies on Keeping Cliffs Successful and Sustainable

DNR Files Document Repeating Objection to Mesabi Metallics Keeping Mineral Leases

Clean Water Advocates Trickle in to State Capitol

Groundbreaking Ceremony Marks the Start of Superior High School Renovations

Wisconsin Sees First Carfentanil Death
United Changes Policy, Crew Can't Displace Seated Passengers
Judge Blocks Sound Engineer's Release of Prince EP

Duffy Holds Town Hall in Hayward

Republican Rep. Sean Duffy took questions on health care, abortion, domestic violence and more at a town hall meeting Wednesday.


Wis. Lawmakers Consider Abortion Coverage Restrictions for State Workers

Opposition to a Republican-backed bill that would prohibit Wisconsin state health insurance from covering abortions for state workers is growing.


Trump Voices Support for Democrat Baldwin's 'Buy American' Bill

President Donald Trump says he agrees "100 percent" with a proposal from Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin that would increase requirements to use American-made products in certain construction projects.


U of M Renames Journalism School After Hubbard Broadcasting Family

The University of Minnesota will rename its journalism school as the Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication, the university announced Tuesday.


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Trudeau Says He'll Stand Up for Canada in Milk Dispute

Walker Open to Raising Vehicle Registration Fees
Gov. Scott Walker says he's open to raising Wisconsin's vehicle registration fees to pay for road work.

Bill to Curb City Minimum Wage Hikes Nearing Dayton's Desk

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Study Shows How Chronic Wasting Disease Spreads in Wisconsin

Clean Water Advocates Trickle in to State Capitol

Moose Population Explodes on Isle Royale as Wolves Decline
The moose population on Isle Royale is surging as the wolf population fails to regenerate.

Bayfield Co. to Get Grouse from NW Minnesota
Up to five dozen sharp-tailed grouse will be moved from northwestern Minnesota to Bayfield County.

Wis. Outdoor Lovers Concerned about Sand Mines, Large Farms
Wisconsin hunters and other outdoor lovers were able to give opinions on major environmental issues at Conservation Congress hearings.

Gov. Dayton to Open Bass Season at Mille Lacs
Gov. Mark Dayton, seen fishing in Mille Lacs Lake in 2015, will hold a bass fishing opener event on the lake on May 27.

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